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Halotherapy is a broad term used to describe treatments methods that require the use of salt. It is recommended a 7-8 hours daily exposure to salt therapy to fight and speed-up recovery from Pneumonia or in chronic respiratory diseases.
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Salt Therapy At Home Halotherapy (also referred to salt therapy) goes a long way back, in ancient Greece, where Hippocrates used to prescribe salt water steam inhalation to patients suffering from respiratory problems.
Know More about Salt Therapy Salt Therapy can improve your breathing and clear the upper respiratory system to help you breathe easy. It is also proven effective in treatment of conditions such as asthma, COPD and shortness of breath. In the medieval times, patients were taken deep inside salt caves by monks to provide them relief from asthma and other breathing problems.
Home salt therapy preventing respiratory problems There are three primary types of #bronchiectasis based on their anatomical appearance. Do you know what are they and how to prevent and stop infection?
What Is Emphysema? How to Prevent? Emphysema is a form of chronic (long-term) lung disease. People with emphysema have difficulty breathing from a limitation in blowing air out. There are multiple causes of emphysema, but smoking is by far the most common.
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What are the symptoms of pneumonia? Symptoms of pneumonia caused by bacteria usually come on more quickly than pneumonia caused by virus. Although symptoms may vary greatly depending on other underlying conditions, common symptoms include: Cough Rusty or green mucus (sputum) coughed up from lungs Fever Fast breathing and shortness of breath Shaking chills Chest pain that usually worsens when taking a deep breath (pleuritic pain)....